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Which chapters have the most difficult concepts to understand?
by jackkfleming Leaving Cert Biology — 08/10/16 7

Planning to learn the subject on my own and want to plan so that I give some extra time to chapters that are more difficult to understand & learn.


7 Comments
michael.ryan.712714 — 03/08/16
Usually for people it's respiration and photosynthesis but it depends really on the student.
Sarah654 — 04/08/16
What he said above and Dna rna all that chapter too genetics !! And I dunno if you've done the plant yet or stuff but they could tend to do that at the end and the fact none came up this year I'd learn it well because at the end you could get bored and not bother learning it as u can leave it out but then it could leave u short in a q14 or q15 when you might have a full 30 marks right on one part
mcclave — 15/08/16
I have notes at €12 per subject .. mcclavetom@gmail.com
Chris241197 — 05/09/16
very subtle mcclave :)
Rhiiannxn — 07/09/16
I'm doing the LC externally and doing it all by myself, biology is proving to be a killer so far! Genetics is probably the most difficult in my opinion
eoinb2000 — 22/09/16
The best way to prepare if studying on your own is to combine your study with the use of the exam papers and get used to how topics are asked. Test yourself against past paper questions and then use the marking schemes to assess how well you are doing. The past papers and marking schemes are available on examinations.ie under the archived material section.
Charles_5165 — 08/10/16
sexual reproduction in flowering plants and heart and valves
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